Family and festival audiences across Wales and beyond are in for a treat this Summer as Taking Flight Theatre Company hit the road for the first time in four years with a series of outdoor and indoor shows.
Elan Davies and Rebecca Wilson have been announced as the cast for the world premiere of Imrie by Nia Morais, one of the most exciting voices in Welsh theatre. Imrie is a co-production between Sherman Theatre and Frân Wen. Gethin Evans, Artistic Director of Frân Wen, directs this magical story for young adults and upwards about hope and bravery.
A formidable female cast of Wales’ highly respected actresses will star in Tic Toc; an uplifting musical in both Welsh and English when the tour opens at Cardiff’s Chapter Arts Centre this week.
Following the success of the best-selling novel Pigeon by Welsh author Alys Conran, Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru and Theatr Iolo are thrilled to be presenting Pijin | Pigeon, a Welsh stage adaptation by playwright Bethan Marlow and directed by Theatr Iolo’s Artistic Director, Lee Lyford. The play, which is in association with Pontio, will tour to venues across Wales in spring 2023.
Cardiff’s Ani Glass releases her new single Mirores ahead of her forthcoming debut album of the same name. With infectious harmonies and a pulsing dance floor beat,
Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru and Sherman Theatre are proud to announce that they will be co-producing the world premiere performances of Daf James’s new play Tylwyth which will open at Sherman Theatre before touring to theatres across Wales.
Award-winning theatre company Taking Flight are to present Award-winning playwright Kaite O’Reilly’s Award-Winning, darkly-comic play peeling as part of a programme to open on International Women’s Day ahead of a spring tour across Wales.
They say that laughter is the best medicine – and HealthWise Wales are sure to leave you in stitches as they bring the best of Welsh comedy talent to venues across Wales this March.
TOM ALLEN is back out on the road with his debut tour show, Absolutely.
Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru are to tour the production Estron, throughout Wales in the spring, in co-operation with the National Eisteddfod of Wales and Carmarthenshire Theatres.